First WordPress Multilanguage Theme Released on Themeforest

Researched and tested by Jean Galea
Researched and tested by Jean Galea
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Have you ever heard of a theme has built in front-end and back-end multilingual support for over 14 languages? No? Me neither, but there’s one out!

Langwitch has just launched, exclusive to ThemeForest. Feedback is good till now, with a good number of satisfied customers. It also seems to be generating a lot of interest. It is one of those do-everything themes, so it will most likely garner split-feedback, as many people in the WordPress community are advocating for a return to simplicity in WordPress themes.

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What do you think about such themes? Are they overkill? Should themes stick to display considerations and leave features like multilanguage to dedicated plugins like WPML? Have your say in the comments section!

Check out the Langwitch theme on Themeforest

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Tested and reviewed by Jean Galea
Jean Galea is an investor, entrepreneur, and blogger. He is the founder of WP Mayor, the plugins WP RSS Aggregator and Spotlight, as well as the podcast. His personal blog can be found at

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3 Responses

  1. We can’t force the user to buy something that we say it’s best. The user doesn’t buys personal opinions. The end user will buy the solution that fits best, and this theme, like many others, fit a specific niche of clients. The total sales until competition arises around this kind of product is a real result of what that niche desires. Maybe tomorrow I’ll come up with a different solution for hotels, I’ll be criticized for my implementation, but still I may make in the first month thousands of sales and continue like that. If anybody says my solution is bad, but sales are top, have I done it wrong or found something that customers wanted?

    I’d like to congratulate the author. He made some noise already and will still do.

  2. Actually now that I think of it it’s much bigger chance someone was logged in from my computer. ( but don’t know any artjose ), will look into it 🙂

  3. It’s just a translation, not exactly a big deal, so I don’t understand why did he go with that as his main selling point, there are better features in the theme he could have used instead.

    P.S. Your comments form says I’m “artjose”, I’m not, you should look into that.

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